Soda Stereo

MTV Unplugged: Comfort y Música Para Volar [1996]

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This is not a typical MTV unplugged album: first, because not all the songs were acoustically worked; and second, it contains just seven songs from the taped show -- the rest of the album contains four tracks that are actually Sueño Stereo outtakes. Probably this is the most interesting stuff. "Planeador" is one of the most beautiful songs ever written by the band, while the instrumental "Sonoman" adds some vitamins to the extremely quiet output of the previous year. From the old stuff, the best reworked versions are "En la Ciudad de la Furia" (a duet with Andrea Echeverri from Aterciopelados) and "A Misil en Mi Placard." It's a pity that the Vox Dei cover "Génesis," which was originally aired, was not included in this CD. Although not essential, it's worthwhile listening.

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